if the kids can solve the sums correctly, they will be able to colour in a beautiful Chinese lantern for the Lantern Festival at Chinese New Year!
Chinese Zodiac Maths Facts Colouring
Here's something new and fun - a mixture of a colouring page and a simple maths worksheet for little ones! Kids need to have a go at the simple sums to find out which colours to use for each part of the picture. We've got one for each of the twelve animals of the Chinese Zodiac and a few extra.
Oranges are often seen and eaten at Chinese New Year, and a big bowl of oranges is regarded as good luck. Our maths facts colouring page is a fun way to encourage some simple sum solving - the children will need to do that in order to find out the correct colours to use!
Here's a fun way for the kids to colour in a dragon! Solve the simple sums and then use the key to colour each section the correct colour.
Kids can colour in this lovely picture of a goat - but only if they can solve the simple sums first!
There's a really lovely horse hidden in this worksheet, and all the children need to do to find it is to solve some simple sums and then colour in the picture using the key on the sheet. We have two versions available - one UK and one US.
Can the children solve the sums to colour in this monkey? It is certainly a way of making practising arithmetic more fun!
Colour in this cute picture of a bull or ox, but only when each little sum has been solved to give the correct colour!
This cheerful little pig is just crying out to be coloured in - but first the kids need to solve the simple sums to work out which colour to use in each section.
Colour in this cute picture of a rabbit by solving each sum and using the key to choose the right colours. Fun for little kids!
Kids can colour in this fun picture of a rat (or mouse) by solving the simple sums to work out the correct colour for each space. A fun way to practise maths!
Here's a fun way to colour in a rooster - perhaps for a farmyard or Chinese New Year theme. Just get the kids to solve the sums and then follow our key to choose the correct colours for each space on the colouring picture.
Have some fun with this snake colouring page, which requires some maths practise too! Use the key to work out which colour to use in each section and you'll have a snake in no time...